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February 2, 2020 - Sunday - We were in Riverside today since we haven't been to the UCR ARTS Block for a couple of years. UCR ARTS opened to the public in 2010, bringing together the California Museum of Photography (founded in 1973), the Jack and Marilyn Sweeney Art Gallery (1963), and the Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts (2010). By merging the already established photographic museum and university art gallery with the new, multi-disciplinary Culver Center, UCR ARTS serves as a cultural anchor for both the University and the broader Inland Empire communities.
Our focus today was the Robert Cumming exhibit, which is very thought provoking.
This photograph is called "Chair and Easel."
Since we were in Riverside, the logical place for lunch was Tio's Taco, right on Mission Inn Avenue. It's a wild kind of restaurant, assembled over decades with their own unique touch.
I had my usual shrimp and garlic, served with rice and beans.
Judy had their flautas (taquitos), also served with rice and beans.
It was a nice little adventure that was close to home.
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